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S'mores With the Dean!

Thursday, November 7th, 6:30PM
The event you have been waiting for is here!

Dean Aylor has invited us to his house for S'mores this Thursday at 6:30pm.
Come enjoy tasty food while sitting around a roaring fire and hear Mrs. Aylor tell ghost stories!



This is an awesome chance to kick back after a long week and get to know the dean of the engineering school. Plus, who can turn down free s'mores?

Here are directions to Dean Aylor's house.

Feel free to just walk around back.
There will also be people meeting in the lobby of Rice at 6:15PM to walk over to the Aylor's.

UVa Engineering Study Abroad Sparknotes

Miss the study abroad info session? Here is a summary:

- The 3rd and 4th semesters are the easiest ones for engineers to study abroad (in addition, the 6th semester is good for electrical engineers). So, plan early.
- Look out for the SEAS study abroad fair later this month.
- Check out the study abroad website http://www.virginia.edu/studyabroad/ for more details
- Attached you will find a list of electrical/computer engineering study abroad options with their associated course catalogs.
- Contact Christine Parcells (cap4t@eservices.virginia.edu) for more information


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